Bible verses dating non christians
" [2 Corinthians -16] These verses are commonly applied to marriage, but actually apply to any spiritual endeavor.
Since marriage is one of the highest spiritual relationships we can have here on earth between people, "being married in Christ", then it would also fit dating.
If the oxen team were imbalanced - if one ox were stronger or larger than the other - then the team couldn't pull with equal power.
The oxen team would eventually go astray, leaving the straight rows and meandering off course.
A man and woman was designed and created by God to have a spiritual, physical, and emotional relationship.
A prime factor in the failure of marriages in our culture is the lack of spiritual relationship between a husband and wife.
When a farmer prepared to plow his field, he yoked two oxen together to pull the plow blade through the soil.
If we become bound with an unbeliever in a solemn agreement (i.e., a marriage covenant), then we are unequally yoked and likely to be pulled astray from an obedient walk with Christ.Likewise, the Bible tells us, "Has not the LORD made them one? To defy God's clear commands of Scripture will only bring problems in marriage, as many, many couples can attest to, who had married an unbeliever.Often times, there is the temptation to marry an unbeliever because they "are so nice, or handsome, or lovely" and that we will "lead them to Christ" later.Answer The Bible does not speak specifically of "dating" however, since dating is a process in our culture that two people use to find out if they would be compatible for marriage, and that the possibility of "falling in love" always exists in dating, therefore I believe the Bible has a very clear statement regarding dating: "Do not be yoked together with unbelievers.For what do righteousness and wickedness have in common? What harmony is there between Christ and Belial [Satan]?